By:Aidarous Norji - SANA'A, (Almotamar.net) - Head of the main operations room at the Supreme Commission for Elections and Referendum (SCER), brigadier general Ali Mohammed Salah, affirmed the main operations room has not received any reports on violations as the election campaigns kicked off throughout the country.
"That is due to the electoral awareness on the part of citizens, which they acquired during previous elections. The Unification has also secured legal election rights for them," Salah added.
"We feel proud that no woeful incidents have occurred since the electoral committees began registering and correcting voters' names in the election roll," he noted.
In a statement to the almotamar.net, Salah affirmed there are no worries about hindering the election process, which is evident in the reports received by the operations room.
He indicated violators will be referred to courts at the directives of committees' heads allover the governorates.
you probably should not be too optimistic - too early to say
The Saudi aggression and its mercenaries continued to breach the UN-sponsored ceasefire in several provinces, a military official on Saturday.
The Saudi warplanes waged a series of raids on Serwah of Mareb province and launched raids on al-Ghail district of Jawf province. At the same time, the Riyadh's hirelings pounded on al-Ghail distirct with artillery shells.
The warplanes waged many raids on al-Amri areas in Dhubab district, al-Shurajah area, al-Dhabi area in Haifan of Taiz province. The hirelings pounded houses in al-Sarari village and others neighboring villages in Saber-al-Mawadem district
The national delegation to Kuwait consultations called on the international community to move urgently to stop the military escalation of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.
“As we strongly condemn this dangerous escalation, we call on the international community and the United Nations to assume their responsibility and move urgently to stop this escalation”, the delegation said in a statement issued Friday.
The national delegation underlined that such escalation comes in light of the UN-sponsored peace consultations in Kuwait, which require creating appropriate conditions by all parties